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 Anne of Green Gables - a youth musical

The season will be held from September 16 - October 1

Play reading for Anne of Green Gables will be held at Stirling Theatre on Friday May 27th at 7pm.

Auditions will be held at Hackett Hall in Floreat on Saturday June 11 from 9am.  Bookings are essential. Auditionees must be 12 - 18 years of age.

Prepare to sing a verse of any song that shows your range of ability and a cold reading of the role for which you are auditioning. (That's why attending the reading is a good idea!) Download the audition sheet and bring it along, filled in, of course. Audition Form 

Booking times: 9.00am - 9.45am 

9.45am - 10.30am

10.30am - 11.15am

11.15am - 12noon.

12.30pm - 1.15pm

1.15pm - 2.00pm

2.00pm - 2.45pm

2.45pm - 3.30pm

Audition time can be booked by emailing Fran at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Best to give a couple of options.

Character list:

Anne Shirley .- an orphan girl with a vivid imagination who is mistakenly brought to the home of brother and sister Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, and lives with them on their farm, Green Gables. Anne is stubborn, passionate, loyal and intelligent.

Marilla Cuthbert - an elderly single woman who raises Anne - she is stern yet caring but doesn't let that side of her nature show

Matthew Cuthbert - a bachelor farmer who lives at Green Gables with his sister, Marilla. He is painfully shy and instantly likes Anne who considers Matthew a kindred spirit.

Gilbert Blythe - a handsome and smart young man who becomes Anne's rival when he makes the mistake of teasing Anne about her red hair. Anne swears never to speak to Gilbert.

Diana Barry - Anne's best friend- a pretty girl Anne's age who lives next door to Green Gables. Diana and Anne become bosom friends immediately after they meet.

Rachel Lynde - the town busybody, she likes nothing better than to share her opinion with everyone and never fails to advise Marilla on hijow to raise Anne.

Mrs Spencer - the woman who arranges to bring Anne to Matthew and Marilla, instead of the boy orphan they requested.

Mr Phillips/Stationmaster - Mr Phillips is the schoolmaster in Avonlea - a boring disciplinarian. /The Avonlea stationmaster.

Mrs Blewitt - a nasty stingy woman living in Avonlea who offers to take Anne in as a babysitter, maid and cook when she learns that Marilla intends to replace her with a boy orphan.

Minister/Doctor - the minister is a kindly man who is the religious leader for the people of Avonlea. /The neighbourhood doctor of Avonlea.

Mrs Barry - Diana's mother. She is a severe, unforgiving woman. She is quick to condemn Anne when Anne makes mistakes.

Minnie Mae Barry - she is Diana Barry's little sister who goes to Avonlea school.

Jane Andrews – a plain and sensible girl in Anne's group of friends - she is steadfast and reliable.

Josie Pye - a girl in Anne's class - a "born trouble-maker" - who likes Gilbert and resents Anne for the feelings he has for her.

Ruby Gillis/Shop girl - Ruby is one of the girls in Anne's class./The Shop Girl sells Matthew the Puffy Sleeves dress.

Moody Spurgeon – one of the boys in Anne's class at the Avonlea school. He never ceases to get into trouble,.

Charlie Sloan - one of the boys in Anne's class - Tommy's brother, Gilbert's best friend.

Tommy Sloan - one of the boys in Anne's class- Charlie's brother.